“No [the results] doesn’t change [plans], but we know as well where we are short, where we have to add more firepower. And if we can do it, we will do it.”
Speaking earlier this summer, Neto admitted interest from elsewhere is good to hear but he is focused on performing for Wolves. He said: “A player always likes to hear that kind of thing, but I’m focused on my work at Wolverhampton and I feel very good. It’s good for me and for my mentality to know that people recognise my value.”
Meanwhile, Wolves boss Bruno Lage insists he has heard nothing about Arsenal’s interest in Neto. Speaking on Tuesday, Lage said: “I have heard that but nothing has come to us.
“It’s normal now, with the good players that we have. Teams are looking for good players in the same way we are looking for [Goncalo] Guedes, Matheus [Nunes], [Nathan] Collins. No one told me anything about any proposal.”
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